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Important farmlands map, Dillon County, South Carolina

Important farmlands map, Dillon County, South Carolina

"January 1981 Base 4-R-36707." Title in upper margin: Dillon County, South Carolina. "Base map prepared by the Geological Survey in cooperation with the Soil Conservation Service." Includes notes and location m... more

Cotton Press, Near Routes 917 & 38, moved from Berry's Crossroads, Latta, Dillon County, SC

Cotton Press, Near Routes 917 & 38, moved from Berry's Crossroads, Lat...

Significance: Significant in the field of rural industry as the only known remaining cotton press of this era in South Carolina; the primary machine which pressed and baled ginned cotton. Survey number: HAER S... more

Cotton Press, Near Routes 917 & 38, moved from Berry's Crossroads, Latta, Dillon County, SC

Cotton Press, Near Routes 917 & 38, moved from Berry's Crossroads, Lat...

Significance: Significant in the field of rural industry as the only known remaining cotton press of this era in South Carolina; the primary machine which pressed and baled ginned cotton. Survey number: HAER S... more

Cotton Press, Near Routes 917 & 38, moved from Berry's Crossroads, Latta, Dillon County, SC

Cotton Press, Near Routes 917 & 38, moved from Berry's Crossroads, Lat...

Significance: Significant in the field of rural industry as the only known remaining cotton press of this era in South Carolina; the primary machine which pressed and baled ginned cotton. Survey number: HAER S... more

Cotton Press, Near Routes 917 & 38, moved from Berry's Crossroads, Latta, Dillon County, SC

Cotton Press, Near Routes 917 & 38, moved from Berry's Crossroads, Lat...

Significance: Significant in the field of rural industry as the only known remaining cotton press of this era in South Carolina; the primary machine which pressed and baled ginned cotton. Survey number: HAER S... more

Cotton Press, Near Routes 917 & 38, moved from Berry's Crossroads, Latta, Dillon County, SC

Cotton Press, Near Routes 917 & 38, moved from Berry's Crossroads, Lat...

Significance: Significant in the field of rural industry as the only known remaining cotton press of this era in South Carolina; the primary machine which pressed and baled ginned cotton. Survey number: HAER S... more

Tobacco Barn, Latta, Dillon County, SC

Tobacco Barn, Latta, Dillon County, SC

Survey number: HABS SC-594-A Building/structure dates: 1942 Initial Construction

Tobacco Barn, Latta, Dillon County, SC

Tobacco Barn, Latta, Dillon County, SC

Survey number: HABS SC-594-A Building/structure dates: 1942 Initial Construction

Tobacco Barn, Latta, Dillon County, SC

Tobacco Barn, Latta, Dillon County, SC

Survey number: HABS SC-594-A Building/structure dates: 1942 Initial Construction

Tobacco Barn, Latta, Dillon County, SC

Tobacco Barn, Latta, Dillon County, SC

Survey number: HABS SC-594-A Building/structure dates: 1942 Initial Construction

Smith Tobacco Barn, 1/4 mile south of Secondary Road 17-34 & 1/2 mile north of Highway 17-155, Dillon, Dillon County, SC

Smith Tobacco Barn, 1/4 mile south of Secondary Road 17-34 & 1/2 mile ...

Significance: Example of the tobacco barns built in Marion & Dillon Counties between c. 1895 and the 1950s; constructed by J.L. King in 1942 (name and date scratched in chinking on facade). Survey number: HAB... more

Smith Tobacco Barn, 1/4 mile south of Secondary Road 17-34 & 1/2 mile north of Highway 17-155, Dillon, Dillon County, SC

Smith Tobacco Barn, 1/4 mile south of Secondary Road 17-34 & 1/2 mile ...

Significance: Example of the tobacco barns built in Marion & Dillon Counties between c. 1895 and the 1950s; constructed by J.L. King in 1942 (name and date scratched in chinking on facade). Survey number: HAB... more

Smith Tobacco Barn, 1/4 mile south of Secondary Road 17-34 & 1/2 mile north of Highway 17-155, Dillon, Dillon County, SC

Smith Tobacco Barn, 1/4 mile south of Secondary Road 17-34 & 1/2 mile ...

Significance: Example of the tobacco barns built in Marion & Dillon Counties between c. 1895 and the 1950s; constructed by J.L. King in 1942 (name and date scratched in chinking on facade). Survey number: HAB... more

Smith Tobacco Barn, 1/4 mile south of Secondary Road 17-34 & 1/2 mile north of Highway 17-155, Dillon, Dillon County, SC

Smith Tobacco Barn, 1/4 mile south of Secondary Road 17-34 & 1/2 mile ...

Significance: Example of the tobacco barns built in Marion & Dillon Counties between c. 1895 and the 1950s; constructed by J.L. King in 1942 (name and date scratched in chinking on facade). Survey number: HAB... more

Smith Tobacco Barn, 1/4 mile south of Secondary Road 17-34 & 1/2 mile north of Highway 17-155, Dillon, Dillon County, SC

Smith Tobacco Barn, 1/4 mile south of Secondary Road 17-34 & 1/2 mile ...

Significance: Example of the tobacco barns built in Marion & Dillon Counties between c. 1895 and the 1950s; constructed by J.L. King in 1942 (name and date scratched in chinking on facade). Survey number: HAB... more

Smith Tobacco Barn, 1/4 mile south of Secondary Road 17-34 & 1/2 mile north of Highway 17-155, Dillon, Dillon County, SC

Smith Tobacco Barn, 1/4 mile south of Secondary Road 17-34 & 1/2 mile ...

Significance: Example of the tobacco barns built in Marion & Dillon Counties between c. 1895 and the 1950s; constructed by J.L. King in 1942 (name and date scratched in chinking on facade). Survey number: HAB... more

Smith Tobacco Barn, 1/4 mile south of Secondary Road 17-34 & 1/2 mile north of Highway 17-155, Dillon, Dillon County, SC

Smith Tobacco Barn, 1/4 mile south of Secondary Road 17-34 & 1/2 mile ...

Significance: Example of the tobacco barns built in Marion & Dillon Counties between c. 1895 and the 1950s; constructed by J.L. King in 1942 (name and date scratched in chinking on facade). Survey number: HAB... more

Smith Tobacco Barn, 1/4 mile south of Secondary Road 17-34 & 1/2 mile north of Highway 17-155, Dillon, Dillon County, SC

Smith Tobacco Barn, 1/4 mile south of Secondary Road 17-34 & 1/2 mile ...

Significance: Example of the tobacco barns built in Marion & Dillon Counties between c. 1895 and the 1950s; constructed by J.L. King in 1942 (name and date scratched in chinking on facade). Survey number: HAB... more

Smith Tobacco Barn, 1/4 mile south of Secondary Road 17-34 & 1/2 mile north of Highway 17-155, Dillon, Dillon County, SC

Smith Tobacco Barn, 1/4 mile south of Secondary Road 17-34 & 1/2 mile ...

Significance: Example of the tobacco barns built in Marion & Dillon Counties between c. 1895 and the 1950s; constructed by J.L. King in 1942 (name and date scratched in chinking on facade). Survey number: HAB... more

Smith Tobacco Barn, 1/4 mile south of Secondary Road 17-34 & 1/2 mile north of Highway 17-155, Dillon, Dillon County, SC

Smith Tobacco Barn, 1/4 mile south of Secondary Road 17-34 & 1/2 mile ...

Significance: Example of the tobacco barns built in Marion & Dillon Counties between c. 1895 and the 1950s; constructed by J.L. King in 1942 (name and date scratched in chinking on facade). Survey number: HAB... more

Smith Tobacco Barn, 1/4 mile south of Secondary Road 17-34 & 1/2 mile north of Highway 17-155, Dillon, Dillon County, SC

Smith Tobacco Barn, 1/4 mile south of Secondary Road 17-34 & 1/2 mile ...

Significance: Example of the tobacco barns built in Marion & Dillon Counties between c. 1895 and the 1950s; constructed by J.L. King in 1942 (name and date scratched in chinking on facade). Survey number: HAB... more

Smith Tobacco Barn, 1/4 mile south of Secondary Road 17-34 & 1/2 mile north of Highway 17-155, Dillon, Dillon County, SC

Smith Tobacco Barn, 1/4 mile south of Secondary Road 17-34 & 1/2 mile ...

Significance: Example of the tobacco barns built in Marion & Dillon Counties between c. 1895 and the 1950s; constructed by J.L. King in 1942 (name and date scratched in chinking on facade). Survey number: HAB... more

Smith Tobacco Barn, 1/4 mile south of Secondary Road 17-34 & 1/2 mile north of Highway 17-155, Dillon, Dillon County, SC

Smith Tobacco Barn, 1/4 mile south of Secondary Road 17-34 & 1/2 mile ...

Significance: Example of the tobacco barns built in Marion & Dillon Counties between c. 1895 and the 1950s; constructed by J.L. King in 1942 (name and date scratched in chinking on facade). Survey number: HAB... more

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